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Album Review: Thao & Mirah

Album Review: Thao & Mirah

It is unclear what drives musicians to collaborate with one another. The best-case scenario involves both artists getting along swimmingly and gathering their combined strengths to create something truly memorable and magical.

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Review: The Head and the Heart @ Bottom of the Hill

Review: The Head and the Heart @ Bottom of the Hill

Two things have always been true: 1) the head and the heart don’t always agree, and 2) when this happens, you can write some damn good folk songs. Last night, Seattle’s The Head and the Heart proved these truths once again.

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Week in Photos: Nicki Minaj, Questlove, and More

Week in Photos: Nicki Minaj, Questlove, and More

Nicki, Nicki, Nicki, we’re hooked and we can’t stop staring! Check out our latest shots from the The I’m Still Music Tour, featuring Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, and Rick Ross, and our galleries from Planet Booty, Questlove, The Limousines, and more.

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Jamaica @ The Independent

Jamaica @ The Independent

French electro-rock trio Jamaica returned to San Francisco this week for an excited crowd at The Independent.

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Preview: Sepalcure, Shigeto, Simple, Santa

Preview: Sepalcure, Shigeto, Simple, Santa

This Friday, Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA), XLR8R, Two Circles and Cunei Media are throwing a promising party with artists, producers and musicians who bring innovative contributions to digital art and electronic music culture. Come support local talent and acclaimed New York bass…

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Mitchell and Manley Play The Hemlock This Thursday

Mitchell and Manley Play The Hemlock This Thursday

I love me a supergroup, and with a no-fail combo like this you should too. Isaiah Mitchell from the San Diego marathon-song psych outfit Earthless and Phil Manley from Prog-rock specialists Trans Am are playing this Thursday night at The Hemlock.

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San Francisco Free Street Festival Guide

San Francisco Free Street Festival Guide

The spring and summer months in San Francisco are all about dancing in the street. Whether you’re looking to Samba in your feathers in the Mission or wear flowers in your hair in the Haight, it’s time to play outside.

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SFNY Yacht Club Memorial Day Party

SFNY Yacht Club Memorial Day Party

It’s springtime, and with sunshine comes the influx of boat parties. This Memorial Day weekend, get ready for a party where SF meets NY on a yacht for an evening of hip-hop, funk, soul, and more.

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Win Tickets to See A-Trak

Win Tickets to See A-Trak

DJ phenom A-Trak is officially blowing up. After lighting up Coachella with his group Duck Sauce and ruling the world with its hit “Barbara Streisand,” he’s heading back to San Francisco in May to turn Mezzanine out.

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Local bands team up for “It Gets Indie” benefit

Local bands team up for “It Gets Indie” benefit

Seemingly moved by the Prop 8 decision and the spate of LGBT teen suicides in 2010, local 8th grader and all-around hip kid Noah Hornik (he writes an indie rock blog) started a Kickstarter campaign to organize a local show that would benefit The Trevor…

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Review: Railroad Revival Tour @ Middle Harbor Shoreline Park

Review: Railroad Revival Tour @ Middle Harbor Shoreline Park

Last night the Railroad Revival tour kicked off at Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland and the 8,000 plaid-wearing audience revelers couldn’t have been more excited.

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Throwback Video: Notorious B.I.G.

Throwback Video: Notorious B.I.G.

Local hip hop station KMEL’s Summer Jam 1995 produced not only drama but also excellent vintage footage of the late, great Notorious B.I.G.

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